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Wine Road of the Colli dei Longobardi

Lombardy was one of the first regions in Italy to fully develop the idea of Wine Roads. They did this by promoting the creation of the Wine and...Learn More

Szegedi Fuszerpaprika-Orlemény

Used initially as an ornamental plant and a medicinal herb, this Hungarian ground paprika has exceptional qualities and its production has reached...Learn More
Wine Route in Czech

Litomerice Wine Route

Litoměřice Wine Route is a 20 kilometers long circular route that introduces visitors to one of the most popular wine regions in Bohemia. The...Learn More
Wachau, Relais &Châteaux Schloss Dürnstein © Gregor Semrad

Wachau Gourmet Festival

Over the last six years, "wachau GOURMETfestival" has been established as one of the most important international culinary art festivals. It is...Learn More
Lingonberry-Cranberry Cakes

Lingonberry-Cranberry Cakes

The genuine taste of Finnish Food derives from its pure lakes, farmlands and forests.  Taste its sweetness with this delicious recipe. Learn More


Ladenia is a traditional pie from Kimolos, a healthier version of pizza, made of tomato, onion and of course extra virgin olive oil. It is great...Learn More
Mozart Gugelhupf © Austrian National Tourist Office / Schardt

Mozart Gugelhupf

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is said to have loved sweet dishes prepared with almonds, marzipan and sugar such as the famous Mozartkugel ...Learn More
Tallinn Street Food Festival

Tallinn Street Food Festival

Tallinn Street Food Festival takes place on 15th of June 2014 in Telliskivi Loomelinnak (Telliskivi Creative City). This is the first ever street...Learn More
Dutch Meatballs

Dutch Meatballs

In Holland, a night out in the town, or a social event with coworkers, usually start out at a local café, with a beer or two and something to...Learn More

Cava Fair

Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, the world’s leading cava producing town, brings together the top cava producers every year at Cavatast. Cavatast has...Learn More
Festival of the Banitsa

Festival of the Banitsa

Banitsa is a Bulgarian layered pastry, which traditionally is filled with eggs and feta cheese and people usually have it for breakfast. In honor...Learn More
Apricot Gugelhupf with nuts © Austrian National Tourist Office / Schardt

Apricot Gugelhupf with Nuts

What makes the apricot so special for Austria is its protected designation of origin ”Wachauer Marille” coming from the famous Wachau Valley. This...Learn More

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